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. >> the height? >> the property on lexington is 7 or 8 stories tall. >> is that higher? >> much higher. that actually is a feature of these. they are on the corner and they have no yard . >> and it's not in ex-to a performance space. >> they are next single family housing. >> affordability. i don't know if you are going to address this. i will hold the question, thank you. >> affordability is the unit that was not raised in the appeal. the development is 12 units on-site which two are going to be bmr units. >> my understanding that they bought the -- i don't actually follow that. so two actual below market rate units will be provided as part of this development? >> they filed the declaration with the planning department to satisfy the requirement. so at this point i would like to take the opportunity to discuss some of the other issues that were raised by appellants. i know there were a number of them. i want to begin whenever we left off with height. the height in the scale are compatible with the area. we would say it's simply not true. with regard to height, the project is 55 feet t
in lexington park. temperatures milder then this time yesterday. between 10 and 20 degrees. this milder temperature trend going to continue. when the relatively light out of the south and west but they will shift to the north and west and pick up, so even though with temperatures this afternoon in the middle 40's, it will solve that it will still feel like the 30's. to fall northnues of the mason-dixon line dixon line. we will see a good bit of sunshine. country, a of the little bit of snow in syracuse and boston. more on that coastal storm system coming up in my full forecast in a little bit, autria . itit with ms for drivers -- was a mess for drivers. news chopper 7 was above the on these 370 interchange. the cause of the accident is still under investigation. it hasking of mail, been a frustrating week for fedex and ups customers expecting packages. the companies blamed bad weather for someoaded systems packages not reaching their destination time. brianne carter says though shipments can come today or even tomorrow. >> before the sun was up this morning, the ups trucks were back on
at lexington and concord with bunker hill ain't the point at which violence turned from skirmishes into all-out war and the battle of bunker hill was the turning point when it was realized that this was going to be something more than a dust-up that could be dealt with diplomatically. this was going to move into new and truly terrifying directions. and what a lot of people think of outside of boston is when they look to revolutionary austin they think of boston as the center of patriot defiance which it originally was but with the arrival of general gage and his growing army of british regulars that would grow to almost 9000 by the end of the occupation of boston, boston became instead of the center of patriot defiance it was turned inside out as patriots began to flee the city particularly soon after lexington and concord which created a waive of panic and not just bostonians began to leave the city by people who lived around boston began to flow out. boston became emptied of most of its inhabitants. this was an island, this was truly an island community and it was interesting to me being
as cold as yesterday morning. we have a little bit more moisture. downtown. 21 in a lexington park. morning, maybe going out to the mall or any of the shopping centers that are opening, you may have to scrape off some ice. that was my car this morning. widerjust showing you a picture of the moisture that is sliding through. this will lift north and east. i think more sunshine for the afternoon a bit milder for the afternoon. tonight, clear and cold again. tomorrow, mostly sunny and seasonable. 44 to 48. as we head into the upcoming weekend, a little bit milder. if degrees on saturday. sunday, i was talking about a potential coastal system. it will bring some rain through the midday. it should end it by monday. 49 degrees on monday. a cold front comes through and temperatures drop into the 30's. it will be a cold start to 2014. amanda, how to the roads look this morning? >> it looks pretty good this morning. we have major interstates flowing nicely. no bunching at the usual hotspots. we are probably going to see a later morning pop. this is in friendship heights along western avenue
. 65 at lexington. rebounding a little bit as he moved through the late day hours into the early morning hours. if we keep these temperatures past midnight, the rain will begin. that will cool us down. 66 in norfolk. there is a cold front. 20's and 30's. single digits in indianapolis. 9 degrees. the temperature change -- we are now 8 degrees colder. shifting. this will go our way for the overnight hours. 1-3 interest not out of the question. areas to the east of interstate 95, you can see upwards of 3-4 inches of rain over a short period of time. this is the doppler. showers are from the beltway and the district. not amounting to a whole lot. this will arrive over the next hour or two. there is a strip of heavy rain to the east of d.c. this is where it is located. those are the areas that will likely see the heaviest amounts. closer to home, we will look for the heavy rain to begin i will be around 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning. this is our futurecast shaded in orange and yellow. look at the temperatures. following during daytime hours. once we get this out of here, skies begin to
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of the simpson center and american university. and lauren thompson of the lexington institute. welcome welcome back, gentlemen. welcome back from maternity. how is life at home? >> three months over, the insanity is over and i have a perfect baby. >> and we join the washington budget insanity. welcome back for the holidays. >> we finally have spending caps and a budget sequestration. there are some people who look at this and say, you know, there is only upside from here, how do you interpret the deal, and what do you expect next? >> i think they ought to be jumping for joy in the pentagon, because in the short term they are getting things that they have been arguing for, forever. budget stability. they are getting the flexibility that you have when you don't have sequester. and they are getting a kind of a holiday gift in their stocking which is the $80 billion worth of war supplemental funding that nobody talks about anymore. but is in the operations and maintenance accounts and will help them out. i think, however, to assume that this means the whole thing has turned around is a mistake. th
homeless. jordan vilines of our lexington affiliate wkyt reports. >> there's not one strand not lit. >> are you serious? >> yeah. well, i kept them all before i started. oi, look. >> reporter: it's a story about perseverance. >> the only way i've been able to succeed is by only seeing one step in front of me. >> reporter: a story about overcoming the odds. >> appreciating the challenge is what kept me kind of protected me from that life that was going on around me at home. >> reporter: and a story that centers around this woman, 25-year-old kayla kinker who at a young age was faced with struggles many of us can't comprehend. >> we would go sometimes extended periods of time without basic utilities like gas and electric or even water. >> reporter: kinker grew up in northern kentucky with her mother living in an environment she calls unstable, sometimes not knowing where she'd even sleep that night or where her next meal was coming from, but during the summer before her senior year of high school -- >> when it became like too much to handle, there was a counselor at my high school who
maryland and you're looking at 38 in lexington park. radar, talking about mostly cloudy skies as it moves through the evening and overnight hours. that will keep temperatures milder than we had early this morning. no problems at all this evening. temperatures range around 40 to 45 degrees. mid to upper 50s to around 60, we have some in our extended outlook. when and for how long in our extended outlook. >> the redskins are less than two hours away from kickoff at fedex field, hoping to snap a three-game losing streak with a win tonight against a giants. britt mchenry is live at fedex thed and we are all hoping guys are separate big victory. >> i don't have my panda hat, but it is very cold out here. it's been a trying season for robert griffin iii. 67 combined games with baylor and the redskins -- he's never gone without scoring offensive touchdown. last monday against the 49ers -- it has been rough, that was prime time. but the show must go on. rg iii arrived about half an hour ago. claims that there was discontent between him and his linemen and said this team needs to keep their head f
cold front is moving on through. the heaviest rain is still waiting in the wings toward lexington, kentucky and charleston, west virginia. this will slowly push our way. the blue, the snow and the pink icy areas are not going to be part of our forecast today or tonight. that's with the next storm system that arrives on sunday. 9 future cast showing that as you're picking the kids up off the bus, still plenty of rain throughout the belt way. heavy rain fell and maybe even a few rumbles of thunder at about 7:00 p.m. as you're sitting down for denver. toward win chester, we might have some rumbles of thunder and heavy pockets of rain in the dc metro areas. as you continue to get your forecast from topper tonight, more of the rain moving through the belt way, with the oranges and yellows indicating the potential for heavier rain. you can see that snow and that ice and see how it just misses us to the north. we'll return to the sunshine on saturday, but the cold air is really going to be locked in. when that next storm system makes its way toward us, we will feel it. so a blustery day
problem and will see temperatures continue to rise. , lexington park, reagan national, here's the deal. we have more rain coming and a lot of rain coming southwest and beyond. as long as temperatures stay at 32 degrees or lower, it will not -- it will freeze and it will leave us with a whole handful of problems. >> absolutely. the storms in the winter storm warning points to the west towards montgomery county and frederick county. this is early tomorrow morning. they are winter weather advisory. you will see it accumulating west to d.c. and upwards of a quarter of an inch is not out of the question. the roadways have been treated. right now, arlington does not look so bad. it is a little slack. because what out there. this is the super doppler radar and you can see the area that is shaded. there is a little bit of sleet southwest of d.c. and towards culpeper. look at what is happening. this is where temperatures are now above free that -- freezing. everything should eventually changeover to all rain by tomorrow morning. it will be wet out there and the rain showers will continue throughout
later tonight and into the early morning hours. we are at 30 at fredericksburg, lexington park at 28 degrees. well to theair as north of us. mild temperatures are working to our advantage for the day tomorrow. we will see warmer air move our way and that is going to help change or the white snow to all rain. areas of low pressure, that is off to the west of us. his is what is going to bring snow to indiana, ohio, and lower michigan. of course, to our area, especially western maryland into central pennsylvania where he could get upwards of 3-6 inches of snow. the national weather service has issued a weather storm warning for allegheny county. also washington county. winter weather advisory is loudoun, montgomery, and howard. most of the snow will be on high terrain, above 500 feet. southern maryland will look at mainly rain but it will start off with some light snow tomorrow morning. here's the low pressure. it moves out by tomorrow night. to come toll start an end and by sunday it comes pretty night. here are the snowfall totals. 3-6 inches in the pink. 1-3 -- i think this is on the
and east you go, that is where temperatures are in the 40's. 42 in lexington park. we shaved away lots of advisory areas. that is the good news. loudoun county is no longer under an advisory. warren county no longer under an advisory. frederick county still hangs on until 1:00 in the morning, and the winter storm warning for extreme western maryland. i have a feeling this will cancel well before then. for this evening, the rain and wintry mix will come to an end. we talk about the next seven days in a few minutes. >> a busy day for road crews in winchester, where they got more snow than rain. richard reeve continues our live team coverage from winchester. snow had an inch or two of here in winchester. more in the mountains. this is some snow that has been plowed together after some storms we had in recent days. now the snow we have had has turned into misery. it is freezing rain here, and that will make for a challenging ride for drivers tonight. winterhe blue ridge, weather is back again. this is the third snowstorm in recent weeks. >> every three or four years we get a couple of snow
freezing at martinsburg and winchester. is 46 at lexington park. look to the extreme right hand side of your screen. ocean city now at 55 degrees. hanging onto the winter wiser -- winter advisory, i suspect that may come down a little bit earlier now that everything is beginning to rapidly clear. or the overnight, 30-35 degrees. went out of the west at 10-5 team -- 10-15. we will talk about the next seven days. we have some of that coming your way in the seven day outlook. a the slick roads have led to number of accidents. there is concern about how things will look as you head out tomorrow morning. richard continues our live team coverage for martinsburg west virginia. here.are close i-81 a couple of things we notice when we got here, really how cold it is. how bad the conditions are. then we spotted the accidents. a lot of accidents. flashing lights, guard rails mash ups, and nasty spin outs. gets, the roads get slick. >> if you cannot handle it, do not drive in it. you have to be really careful and give yourself a lot of room. chains are the best option at this point. >> along the
. 39 in culpeper, 37 lexington park. was thickr it overnight and a couple breaks here and there. northern maryland getting a little more of a break than the rest of us at this time. snow showers have stopped and halted at the mountains. it fell apart. weak systemnother will move overnight and that could bring us showers. overall, things are very quiet across the country. streamlong with our jet to bring occasional snow showers. here is our futurecast, the cooler sector today. through the overnight hours, a few snow showers. the best chance is north and west of the sea. i don't think we will see anything other than flores. a second chance of snow or rain tomorrow evening. that will be short-lived. up into the mountains, maybe 0.25 of an inch. high pressure keeps us on the cool side. anding into thursday friday, the high pushes eastward and we will be on the return flow of the system. winds coming from the south, that is when the warm-up begins. our forecast today, partly sunny and cool. holding pretty steady in the 30's. tonight, cloudy with a few flurries possible. 22 degrees to
-- and that is predominantly where the snow has been. 36 in quantico and 45 and lexington park read this due to anion is alberta clipper sliding through. it is enough energy to produce some of the sprinkles or flurries. it should not cause too many tribal -- travel troubles. the area of high pressure will deliver a big-time warm-up in the extended forecast which i will share with you coming up. >> thank you. are following a developing story of an explosion at an apartment building which is left and woman dead and eight other people wounded in alabama. those injured included manning critical condition after being fulled -- being pulled from the rubble. it happened in birmingham but no word on what caused it. >> another smash and grab in montgomery county. for the ninth time in a week. police are looking for the thieves who broke into a business. >> they struck a subway business on randall road in silver spring. police are trying to figure out if this crime is connected to some of the previous break-ins. a splintered door and shattered glass greets customers at this silver spring subway after anothe
in the 30's in the mountains. 39 in fredericksburg and 50 in lexington park. these are the temperature changes. 18 degrees warmer than this time yesterday at reagan national airport. almost 20 degrees warmer at dulles. the same for gaithersburg. middle 50's by the noontime hour. around 60 later this afternoon at around 4:00 and this upcoming weekend, we could be flirting with record highs if not record-breaking warmth with highs approaching 70. 70 degrees. the weekend before christmas. unbelievable. let's get a check on this morning's rush hour commute. >> good morning. hawaiian christmas. very warm it sounds like. right now we have a couple of problems on the road ways. we start off with construction. crews still wrapping up. this is going to be outbond on new york avenue, not inbound. most commuters are headed inbound into the d.c. area. this is at florida avenue. give them a little bit of space there. just one accident on the inner loop before richie marlboro. traffic moving in annapolis quite nicely so far. 95 in virginia moving along quite nicely and we have a live shot of 270 rig
a few degrees. 66 in livermore and 66 expected in lexington. shopping forecast. if you have last-minute shopping to do, temperatures in the low to mid 60s. cold morning. maybe you can get a good deal on a jacket. sunny afternoon coming your way. that may get you into that shopping mood a little bit more. i gave you this present yesterday. the forecast for christmas, but i guess it is regifting. i'm going to give it to you again. looks pretty awesome. >> the shopping forecast. this has to be ground breaking. >> i love that background shot. >> that was at neiman marcus. >>> why one group says it violates the privacy of others. >>> a conservative group is fighting a new law that would protect transgender students. students would be allowed to go to the bathroom of their choice and play on the sports team in which they feel comfortable. but a group oppose this because it believes it violates the privacy of other students. organizers claim two counties in central and northern california rejected those signatures because the state said they were submitted to late. >> under california c
virginia. the cities we're concerned with, nashville, lexington, and we cannot exclude houston, louisville, kentucky, and new orleans. we're looking at threat for damaging winds particularly across this area through the course of the day. we're also going to continue to monitor the radar. right now the storms are turning severe in south texas. as we see these individual cells and lines that means we're going to see damaging winds out of these particular lines. when you see an individual cell they are capable of producing tornadoes as well. we'll continue to monitor it. right now we do have tornado watch out across eastern portions of texas into louisiana. this will continue to spread towards the east as we track on into the later portion of the day. right now we have a tornado watch that is in effect all the way from portions of houston into texas. back into shreveport towards lake charles, and also into new orleans. that's i-10 territory, i-15,525 as well if you're headed north pound. right now they're going to continue to flourish and pack intensity as this very cold air continues to mak
was describing the day after lexington and concord, and we speak of that shot heard around the world, everything is going great for the patriots, but if you go into the town of boston, everyone is terrified. so immobilized with terror that some people literally can't walk, and i found this journal of a woman who was there at the time, and that was her situation. she and her female friend, they were so terrified, they wanted to get out, anything to get away from these 9,000 british soldiers in boston. but we can't literally walk, and so finally her husband puts them in a carriage and took them out and basically left them at the door of the minister in rocks bury, and off they go. you just begin to realize, what the emotions people were feeling. a. comes to me is a real revelation, that it it isn't just connecting the dates of events. it's -- you realize that the human costs not only in terms of lives but how traumatic. look at john quincy adams. 70 years after the battle of bunker hill, he still sees it in his head, and that's informing what he is doing when he is looking at this challenge of sla
lexington. over lexington. we would have the cheese and come back home. manhattan is such a wonderful and important city. >> when we come back, i would like you to share some poetry with us. nikki speaking to giovanni, poet, professor, distinguished professor of english at virginia tech. her most recent book just published is called "chasing utopia: a hybrid." stay with us. ♪ [music break] >> "this bitter earth" by dinah washington. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. is our guest, poet, distinguished professor of .nglish at virginia tech or i her new book is called "chasing utopia: a hybrid." hybrid? i was talking to my editor and we thought -- i thought it should be the hybrid. we decided to change it because there are other hybrids. >> you have a tattoo on your arm? it says thug life, for two boxer core. i know his mother. this is not just an individual thing, this is a generational thing. c was a great loss. charismatic young man. only two years younger than my son. you feel it a lot. >> share some poetry. >> the significance of p
at the meeting. the lexington reservoir is dramatically low but that's deliberate. the district pulled out the water and put it in storage. the santa clara district makes it reservoirs. >> it's into the water basin in the wintertime and the spring and also making room for winter rain in our reservoirs. >> it's no need to worry about water for next sum iser, at least not yet. >> looks like weather conditions haven't changed but talk about what changes in water usage we need to call for in the community. >> reporter: even in los angeles, it's not a concern because it gets water in the california river and they've been socking it away with record amounts throughout the system. still, they are hoping for rain. >> we're all mindful of the fact it's gorgeous out here. we appreciate it, at the same time, we're concerned because it will have been a driest calendar year on record. >> reporter: in san jose, don knapp, kpix 5. >>> a woman was shot and killed in san francisco at about 1:45 outside of the sun dance movie theater with at least one gunshot wound and later died of her injuries. so far, po
in gaithersburg. 48 in lexington park. nd 55 in fredericksburg and 56 in manassas. partly cloudy through the evening and light winds out of the southeast. temperatures dropping into the 40 plus and overnight, cloudy skies and above raising temperatures, 30's and 40 plus. more on unseasonably whether unseasonably -- and see andher that is cold unseasonably warm weather. >> police -- a police officer accused of taking pictures of a 15-year-old. >> this could go beyond the 15- year-old girl. they got the officers digital camera and found several unidentified pictures and naked photos. at least two of them of minors. officer isolice accused of taking pornographic images of a 15-year-old girl while he was in uniform and on duty. >> this is alarming for me. i am speechless. calledegan when a mother police to report her 15-year-old daughter was missing. officer washington, a seven-year veteran, responded to take the report. when the girl showed up at the home, prosecutors alleged washington went to the apartment without being called and asked mother if he could speak with the girl in private. a
to the ttp. former lexington tomko a high gloss to yell in the primaries said he will fully support kills campaign regards to that allah solitary to you in the infield empty as his secretary general meeting to jockey in the race. the dp said to do with negotiate with the tissue in the hopes of having that drop out of the wrecks. american radio secret exceeded his former spokesperson council had in the democratic progressive pretty speedy type b c the mire of primaries. in a prepared statement released after the results were announced he'll expressed respect for trying and ppp new type the city chapter commissioner watch it and who withdrew from increased earlier according to yell. he will do its best to unite the party and the store you type the city to the dpp john dean clough said he withdrew its full support behind dough. even if he lost the primary by a margin of less than ten percent. in regards to the taiwan solidarity union decided to field its own candidate instead of supporting the ppp candidate. the dpp said they would negotiate with the ts here in the hopes that the key is he w
. sleet and freezing rain fell near lexington, kentucky. drivers had slick conditions though craws had treated the roads. the. >> one, two, three, go, guys. >> see, now that's what i'm talking about. while the winter weather shut down some areas, some people enjoy the change of weather. the kids were excited to see the snow. there they are enjoying it in germantown taking full advantage of the winter wonder land. >> they brought me out here and i'm out of breath but we're having a blast. >> there you go. good tdad. schools have been canceled. stay right here for the latest on the closings. and keep it with "news 4 today" for the rest of the morning to get the latest on your forecast, the road conditions, all the closings and delays. you can stay up to speed when you can't watch by going to nbcwashington.com. >>> 13 before the hour. jury selection is expected to begin for a 20-year-old man charged with the mud after central high school student in prince george's county. prosecutors say trayvon bennett shot and killed ross as he killed to school last september. they say they were able to
of the lexington the walking wounded the fuel to some of the hospitals there are some reports that suggest that one and began to drip through cracks and in the ceiling before it actually came down to see it as i said was i too was that of almost full to capacity to a seven hundred and twenty people say it's a miracle that the town is indeed wants to know that benedict he is a series of seven hundred people in this pack. it is grotesque and then a lot worse. it could have um i think the number of factors had led to mention that there was a very big storm in a month so that's what investigators are looking if there was a war to eat or something that precipitation what happens but it's the caribbean fall lasted in that sense but that within three or four minutes so that helped. um that all slew of that weapon agency lights because what happens all the lights went out with a wet night as he likes that helped. an up close that people were helping each other. um but what is happening right now but this is the scores to show the actual steep section and some tea and trepidation about getting to the fiesta
cutback on water use and may consider rationing at its april meeting. the lexington reservoir is low. the district put the water in storage. the santa clara district has learned to save water often and early and that seems to be paying off. >> the water that the fills our reservoirs we release all summer and make sure it goes into the ground water basin so it's there in the winter and spring and makes room for winter rains in the reservoirs. >> reporter: so while south bay folks enjoy a warm dry day in the park, no worries about water next year. >> we may start to talk about changes in water use efficiencies in the community. >> reporter: even in los angeles, the driest rainy season in memory isn't yet a concern. there's because l.a. gets water from northern california and the colorado river. and water managers say they have been socking it away saying they have record amounts of water stored throughout the system. still, they are hoping for rain. >> you know, we're all mindful of the fact that it's gorgeous out here. we appreciate it, at the same time we are concerned because it wil
water district's the lexington reservoir is low. but that's deliberate. the district put the water in storage. the santa clara district has learned to save water often and early and that seems to be paying off. >> the water that the fills our reservoirs we release all summer and make sure it goes into the ground water basin so it's there in the winter and spring and makes room for winter rains in the reservoirs. >> reporter: so while south bay folks enjoy a warm dry day in in the park celebration, there's no need to worry about water for next summer at least not yet. >> in february if it looks like weather conditions haven't changed, then we'll really start to talk about changes in water use efficiencies in the community. >> reporter: even in los angeles, the driest rainy season in memory isn't yet a concern. there's because l.a. gets water from northern california and the colorado river. and water managers say they have been socking it away saying they have record amounts of water stored throughout the system. still, they are hoping for rain. >> you know, we're all mindful of the
was more cosmopolitan growing up in lexington and went to a school where the students spoke french and her family will hold this over him and he would say one was good enough for it god but not the todd. when you go to the papers of past historians with newspaper clippings had not been used talks about her interference of diplomatic matters sometimes it worked. that was interesting so i included it. one of the things that drew me to this period was mid-19th century and their own times. in one sense there is no comparison with the u.s. was the emerging market. britain was the superpower but there rather power for players at this time. france was a major player in russia. spain was becoming less important brazil a player so it is the age of nationalism and you end up with some great powerful self interested statesman bismarck became prime minister so the age is coming than those the said britain has no friends but just interest i read you have to grit -- hugo's description of napoleon he said a man of middle height height, a cold, pale, who looks like he is not quite awake a stint by women t
airport. 40 at bwi and 37 at lexington park. we are going to be mild today across the mid atlantic and the southeast. look at this bubble across the plain states. that is much warmer air that is pushing eastward so watch for a warming trend. we have a fair amount of cloud core to start our day, and let's stick with that through the better part of the day. notice it is low overcast. a cold asment developing here, that is close enough to bring a few clouds, especially in southern maryland but nothing major and no rainfall associated with it. the big story across the country today, the northern rockies. this is going to be a huge storm and a big maker across the country for the next week or so. a big blast of arctic air starts moving in . they will see heavy snow in the rockies. denver to the middle of the week. heading our way eventually by the end of the week. in the meantime, traps between systems so quite a bit of cloudiness. 45 to 50 degrees this afternoon. for tonight, mostly cloudy. still pretty good. 32 to 39 degrees. into the 50s now and on your wednesday, around 60 degrees b
or 20 years before the shots rang out at lexington and concord. well, that's true. intellectuals remark. he said it happens in the hearts and minds of the americans. if you want to see how they changed their affection and their ideas, just look at the literature, the pamphlets are the servants even at the last 15 years or so. he didn't go far enough because the place where it really started was with living magazine in new york called the independent reflector. she wanted to model it on addison and steele spectator. >> host: >> is this a weekly, monthly quick >> he wrote with a couple of friends. he started making a fuss about establishing and then turned into the geopolitical, global political theory in which he taught all of america the ideas of government i can then. the right of the people to resist. well, as jefferson summed it up so beautifully, >> there is going to be a tax that everybody had to pay. the mackie said, you know what, most of us in new york aren't anglicans. why should everybody be tax for the purposes of -- and furthermore, the flood into the idea of free thought an
on water use and may consider rashtioning it at an april meeting. the lexington reservoir is dramatically low but it's deliberate. it's been pulled out and put in storage. the santa clara district learned to save water often and early and it seems to be paying off. >> the water that builds our reservoirs, we release all summer and make sure it percolates into the groundwater basin so it's there in the winter time and in the spring. and also makes room for winter rain. in our reservoirs. >> reporter: no need to worry about rain for next summer at least not yet. >> when the weather changes that is when we'll really talk about the changes we need to call for in the community. >> reporter: even in los angeles the driest rainy season in memory is not yet a concern. that is because l.a. gets water from northern california and the colorado river. water managers say they've been socking it away saying they have record amounts of water stored throughout the system. still, they are hoping for rain. >> we're all mindful of the fact it's gorgeous out here. we appreciate it, at the same time we are c
but in many ways she was more cosmopolitan than lincoln. she had grown up in lexington, athens of the west and went to a school where students spoke french and her family lorded this over lincoln which he didn't appreciate. he liked to say one the was good enough for god but not the todds. when i get into the research i found she played a role in diplomatic importance, including lincoln's diplomacy. the papers of past historians of mary lincoln i found contemporary newspaper clippings i had not seen anywhere else that they hadn't used the talked about her interference in diplomatic matters trying to get candidates appointed to various posts. sometimes it worked and sometimes it didn't. that was interesting to me and relevant so i included it. one of the things that threw me to this period were similarities between the nineteenth century and our own time. i don't want to overdo this because there's no comparison with the u.s. is an emerging markets, the india or china of its day during this period. britain was the world's economic superpower but there were a number of other powerful players
lexington. my health plan that i have had for ten years just got canceled. and the least expensive plan on the exchange -- listen to this -- is a 246% increase. that means hundreds of extra dollars per month we don't have. obama lied and made a promise he couldn't keep when he said repeatedly that if we wanted to keep our current health care policy, we could. that's what mr. thompson from lexington said. he has really affected our lives for the worst. much worse. i am so mad. we must stop insurance companies from canceling policies now. and of course the reason they're having to cancel policies, because the law makes them. sheri harris from nicholasville in my state. do you know the lake cumberland hospital in somerset is not on the network which means anybody in pulaski and surrounding counties that qualify for a subsidy and want to use it will have to drive to london, corbin or lexington to get care. do you seriously believe when this comes to the attention of the citizens they're going to appreciate you voting it back in the budget? please be sure you know what you're voting for. it
in lexington and louisville. wouldn't mind going back for the kentucky derby if we can swing it. what's up? >> caller: okay. what you think about lmt, lockheed martin. >> it's finally going down because maybe they solved the sequester problem? oh, give me a break. i wish the ceo would come on the show because i can't be more abject about the need to see her. she should come on the show. mental note. call her tomorrow. let's go to salvador in illinois. salvador? >> caller: hey, jim, it's salvador from chicago. long-time listener, first-time caller. >> nice. >> caller: my question is about afop, alliance fiberoptics, and i wanted to get your take on that stock. >> it's tough. i was watching lvlt go up, akamai all over the place, it's more of a derivative play. and i feel like they're like cutler, you can pick them up, put them in your fantasy league, otherwise, not, i don't want to own it. donna in texas. >> caller: boo-yah, jim. so good to talk to you. >> same. >> caller: old man winter, i'm talking to you, it's heating up. >> let's go to work. what's up? >> caller: okay. flowers foods. >>
: and, finally, when no one is looking, joe mccool slips out of town. but first, in lexington, kentucky, jim hammes plays his role perfectly -- the hardworking family man. >> i thought, "wow, i hope i have a great husband like that
they love freedom. everybody who is proud of the farmers at lexington and concord who stood ups grateful the british empire, here you you emerge as a young man. he went to a methodist school and mandela went on to be largely a nonviolent person -- >> a lawyer. >> a tried in court, very effectively used his role as defendant, and then you takeover in'40s by the aggressively i would say savagely proapartheid party, and all of your options are gone. you are up against an oppressive dictatorship which if you're black means you're going to be in effect in a police state and of the people who was opposed to it. ironically most of the things people complain about occurred during the 27 years he was in prison. and so -- >> and that comes up a lot -- >> all of that stuff occurs while he's in jail. now, the two points i make to people about mandela personally are, first of all, this very long, deep commitment to freedom, which i think most of us could identify with. and second, that after 27 years in prison, he doesn't come out bitter. he doesn't come out angry. he comes out as an extraordinarily
. it is not shameless, it is what i do. watch it well i am walking down lexington avenue on my way to work. every station isn't making tv live and on the iphone, i don't know. >> don't be watching us what you are walking or driving. >> thank you very much. >> bloomberg tv does have a new app on apple tv. i want to know how much that cost. >> it is a lot. >> we are moving on to beyoncÉ. she dropped her latest album and it came out with no promotion whatsoever and no warning. the self-titled album debuted at was italy on itunes and there are a staggering 17 videos. it is known as a visual album. her husband jay-z features. fans rushed to download the album. >> how can you make 17 music videos and it does not get out in any way? >> there had been leaks. there were rumors that this album was held up. >> i think the real story here is the brilliance of this move. more importantly, no marketing whatsoever. >> she doesn't need it. >> should let this wedge and her fan base -- she flips the switch and her fan base goes crazy. you have aial media, couple million followers and you put the word out, it is o
's line and go to dylan in lexington, south carolina. caller: i wanted to say, you know, as far as millennial's, a little support for obama, you know, that demographic, they tend to be more liberal. they get kind of trapped in the moment, especially for the telling that the approval ratings for obama care is nearly identical to his overall approval rating. i think sometimes, maybe, with millennial's, idealism, maybe they lose a little bit of perspective, you know, in the larger scheme of things. you know, how obama tried to end don't ask don't tell, challenge doma, you know, you know, check up the mantle of the health care in the first place. there was a lot of progressive change he did try to take up. maybe i guess i think, just speaking as a millennial, maybe my generation just kind of got blindsided by reality a little bit. host: before we let you go, if you had to define your politics, what would you say? caller: i am more liberal. but i think, again, that is part of my generation. host: thanks for your call. john, we talked a little bit about being blindsided by some of thi
headquarters -- where are we? lexington avenue and 59th street. >> not at pier three? look at me. >> 157 is a luxury building. >> towers going up, and it is widely presumed so much is this affect of foreign money coming into new york, into washington. >> right for you. rent?n or >> we own, we rent, we do it all. i wouldsmopolitan but suggest it is unique to a few geographies. miami as well. >> that is what we are seeing, the bifurcation of the benefits of the economic recovery is happening for the rich, happening in certain cities but not happening and a lot of other places. from --ss from manpower he said lumpy is the word. >> tom keene, good stuff. the guy whotv and is rewriting the rules of television. "the duck dynasty" may end its reign as the highest-rated tv show on cable. we will tell you why the family is thinking of canceling their popular a&e tv show. stay with us on "in the loop." >> awesomeness tv is a hit on youtube and its parent, the networknnel awesomeness has 2.6 billion views. dreamworks recently acquired the company for $33 million in cash, the largest ever acquisitio
of independence we tend to think of battles like lexington and concord or the yankees slithering on their bellies and shot at the -- between trees and rocks. these were no doubt affected tax fix but in the end what is striking to me about the american revolution is the extent and which was decided not so much by what happen on the battlefield but what actually happened in the parliament in the commons in england. when you read conventional accounts if i may use that word of the american revolution they usually conclude with a battle of york town in 1781 in which lord cornwallis surrendered 7000 troops to general washington. there is no doubt his was a massive setback for the british war effort but the fact remains that even surrendering 7000 troops to washington the british had tens of thousands more troops in north america. they could've summoned tens of thousands of more troops if they had decided to do so. but they were not able to do so because of the power of a new force in insurgent warfare, a term that was only coined faithfully in 1776. the power of public opinion. now, if the founding fa
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